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How to Improve Surface Finish on Machined Parts

Posted On October 6, 2021 By Protolabs
Machined surface finishes are typically adequate for most parts, but sometimes the standard finish needs to be modified for aesthetic or functional purposes.

Protolabs and Breathe99 recognized as 2021 Top Supply Chain Project

Posted On June 16, 2021 By Protolabs
Our work with Breathe99 during the pandemic was recognized as a “Top Supply Chain Project” in 2021.
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Triax Technologies Creates Innovative Contact Tracing Device

Posted On March 30, 2021 By Protolabs
Triax Technologies' TraceTag device helps maintain social distancing on construction jobsites.

Emerging Industry Trends Include Drones, Self-Driving Vehicles, Med Device Customization

Posted On February 12, 2021 By Nicole Hopper
We break down some of the top growing trends in the aviation, automotive, and medical sectors expected to spike in the coming months and years

Post-Printing Automation Accelerates PolyJet Process

Posted On July 17, 2020 By Ryan Hoag
Post-printing automation accelerates PolyJet's 3D printing process and improves efficiencies.

Medical Manufacturing Speed, Agility Crucial During Pandemic

Posted On April 1, 2020 By Chris Stevens
As the medical industry faces unprecedented challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, manufacturers are stepping up to help with supply chain disruption and shortages.

3 Key Trends Drive Innovation in Medical Manufacturing

Posted On February 20, 2020 By Lora Osborn
3 key, emerging trends are driving change and innovation in medical manufacturing.

Medical Design Takes Center Stage at MD&M West

Posted On January 13, 2020 By Mollie O'Brien
The latest innovations in medical design and manufacturing to be showcased at MD&M West

Four Trends to Track at CES 2020

Posted On January 3, 2020 By Lora Osborn
Look for CES 2020 to showcase latest innovations in drones, wearables, and smart home technology.

Proof-of-Concept Study Shows Exoskeleton for Tetraplegia Feasible

Posted On October 9, 2019 By Nicole Hopper
Results of a two-year trial show a patient paralyzed in all four limbs able to walk with the assistance of a brain-controlled exoskeleton.